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From "Lee Weng Kong" <LWENG...@dsta.gov.sg>
Subject [users@httpd] Problem with SSL request via Windows Network Load Balancer (WNLB)
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2005 07:20:36 GMT
Hi,
 
I'm using Apache HTTP Server 2.0.53. This is set-up on a machine with IP
131.42.1.4. 
 
Windows Network Load-Balancer is configured to use virtual IP 131.42.2.5
and currently only manages the IP 131.42.1.4 (i.e. it will direct all
requests only to 131.42.1.4).
 
I've also set up the SSL for Apache using the mod_ssl module.
 
Here's what I observed:
1) http://131.42.1.4 was ok, i.e. I could see the Apache homepage.
2) https://131.42.1.4 was ok.
3) http://131.42.2.5 was ok.
4) http://131.42.2.5:443 was ok. 443 is my port number for HTTPS
5) https://131.42.2.5 <https://131.42.2.5/>  was NOT ok. This gave a
"Page cannot be found" error.
 
Looking into the logs, the only thing suspicious that came up was in
access.log, which had these entries when I tried to access 5).
 
130.254.9.26 - - [21/Jul/2005:14:55:23 +0800] "\x80L\x01\x03\x01" 500
184
130.254.9.13 - - [21/Jul/2005:14:55:26 +0800] "\x80L\x01\x03\x01" 500
184
130.254.9.13 - - [21/Jul/2005:14:55:26 +0800] "\x80L\x01\x03\x01" 500
184
 
Anyone hit by this problem before. Any ideas what is wrong here?
 
Thanks!
 
 


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